Archive: The Economy, Where Poppies Grow

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It's official. We are in a recession - but most of us already knew that. In fact, you've probably already asked yourself how this will affect you -- will you have to get a second job or are you worried about the one you have? Have you put off buying that car you need or are you wondering how you'll get through the holidays? Here to make sense of our finances, both public and private, is David Steinhart, a business writer with the National Post. If you have concerns about where the economy is headed, or you want advice on how to steer through this recession, give us a call. When World War I began in August 1914, no one knew that millions of young people would die in the years ahead. With photos, memorabilia and anecdotes, Linda Granfield brings us face to face with people from all walks of life who risked everything for their country. She's here to discuss her new book Where Poppies Grow. This show contains 1 taped piece "Skid School, by Studio2. Show is phone-in based, and viewers can also participate via e-mail.
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OPINION: When work is home and home is work and your phone is always on, it can be hard to maintain boundaries — which is where a new proposed Ontario law comes in.

The latest coronavirus updates from across the province.

OPINION: speaks with Green leader Mike Schreiner and deputy leader Dianne Saxe about their election 2022 climate plank and why they think voters want an honest plan — even if it costs them.
OPINION: Regardless of what denialists say, there is broad scholarly consensus that the term applies to the residential-school system.

During the late 18th and much of the 19th century, Ontarians faced a different kind of variant — one carried by a buzzing, biting threat.

The latest coronavirus updates from across the province.

OPINION: As soon as public-health measures end, businesses are going to push to get workers back in their cubicles Monday to Friday. That’s a decision too big to be left to the bosses.

They skated their hearts out for Canada at the 1964 Winter Olympics. Nearly 58 years later, these players still don’t have their medals.

The latest coronavirus updates from across the province.